This is the site of "Travel Volunteer". You can travel around Japan for free. This is the idea behind the project: Japan as a country was NOT entirely destroyed or irradiated. All places outside the evacuation zone are totally safe. But the media never mentions this or shows that life goes on normally in many parts of Japan. This has had severe consequences for many businesses in the travel & tourism industry, so this project was created to promote Japanese tourism to world travellers and show that Japan is still a safe & wonderful country to visit.
To qualify for this program, you must:
-Be 21 years or older (as of July 31st, 2011)
-Be able to enter Japan on September 12th, 2011 for the Final Selection Process
-Be Fluent in English (Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking)
-Be in good health
-Have never lived in Japan before
-Agree with the concept and understand the main purpose of Travel Volunteer
-Report about Japan to the world through the official Travel Volunteer blog
Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park near Mt. Fuji. They have several crazy roller coasters: the big "Fujiyama", the spinning "Eejanaika", and the world's most exhilarating roller coaster "Dodonpa", etc.
On July 16th, they will open a new roller coaster called "Takabisha" (arrogant). Here is a video of it.